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Carlo Salvioli
Number of games in database: 13
Years covered: 1881 to 1893
Overall record: +7 -1 =5 (73.1%)*
   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games.

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(born 1848, died Jan-29-1930, 81 years old) Italy

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He was Italian champion in 1881. There is some confusion about his exact day of birth.

Italian Wiki: Wikipedia article: Carlo Salvioli

 page 1 of 1; 13 games  PGN Download 
Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. F Zannoni vs C Salvioli  ½-½381881MilanA13 English
2. Luigi Sprega vs C Salvioli  0-1381881MilanC01 French, Exchange
3. C Salvioli vs Giovanni Dalla Rosa  1-0401881MilanC11 French
4. Luigi Crosara vs C Salvioli  0-1331883ITA-chC42 Petrov Defense
5. C Salvioli vs C B Vansittart  1-0341883ITA-chC77 Ruy Lopez
6. C Salvioli vs F Previtali  ½-½371883ITA-chC50 Giuoco Piano
7. C Salvioli vs Luigi Crosara 1-0181883ITA-chE00 Queen's Pawn Game
8. F Previtali vs C Salvioli  ½-½341883ITA-chC53 Giuoco Piano
9. F Zannoni vs C Salvioli  1-0321883ITA-chC22 Center Game
10. F Cantoni vs C Salvioli  0-1501883ITA-chC42 Petrov Defense
11. A D'Aumiller vs C Salvioli  ½-½311883ITA-chC50 Giuoco Piano
12. C Salvioli vs F Zannoni  ½-½221883ITA-chC53 Giuoco Piano
13. C Salvioli vs H Goering  1-0281893VeniceC11 French
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Kibitzer's Corner
Oct-09-13  Karpova: 3rd Italian Chess Congress in Milan in September 1881 (played according to universal, instead of Italian, rules), double round-robin*:

1. Salvioli (Venice) 11.0
2. Zannoni (Bassano) 10.5
3. Maluta (Padua) 10.0
4. Crespi (Milan) 9.0
5. Count Zon (Padua) 8.5
6-7. Sprega (Rome) 8.0
6-7. D'Aumiller (Verona) 8.0

Seni (Rome) and Orsini (Leghorn) withdrew before the tournament commenced, and Borgi (Leghorn) after a few games. There were only 9 players left, so Dalla Rosa and M. C. (both of Milan) were probably the ones who didn't reach the prize ranks.

The lower tourney was divided into two classes according to strength (assessed by letting them play 1 game against each other). In class 1 Benfereri won (300 lire), and in class 2 Fuzier (200 lire).

Then there was 3rd part with all the non-prize-winners of the upper and lower tourney participating. This was divided into 3 classes. Class 1 won by Dalla Rosa, class 2 by Brianzi and class 3 by Marchesi.

*prizes: 1st 1,000 lire; 2nd 400 lire; 3rd 250 lire; 4th 150 lire; 5th onyx pin and buttons; 6th pair of opera glasses in Roman mosaic

From pages 14-15 of the January 1882 'British Chess Magazine'

May-23-15  thomastonk: [Event "?"]
[Site "Venice"]
[Date "????.??.??"]
[Round "?"]
[White "Salvioli"]
[Black "Crosara"]
[Result "0-1"]
[ECO "C38"]
[PlyCount "36"]

1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. Nf3 g5 4. Bc4 Bg7 5. O-O d6 6. d4 h6 7. c3 Ne7 8. g3 fxg3 9. Nxg5 hxg5 10. Bxf7+ Kf8 11. Bxg5 gxh2+ 12. Kh1 Nf5

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13. Bxd8? Ng3+ 14. Kg2 Nxf1 15. Qxf1 h1=Q+ 16. Qxh1 Rxh1 17. Kxh1 Kxf7 18. Bxc7 Ke7 0-1

White to play and win in the diagram.

May-23-15  Rookiepawn: 13. Qg4 Ne3
14. Qf4 ...

From here I think B is lost, no way to stop the discovered check through f. Just first thought.

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